Laura is seven year old country girl, who's just moved along with her family to a city. On her first night in their top floor apartment, she sees a shooting star, actually falling to earth, she finds it in a park and discovers it's a living being. Taking it back home, she and her toddler brother Tommy discover it can do miracles like making people fly and bringing inanimate objects to life. But over time both notice that the longer it stays on earth, the weaker it becomes, can they along with next door neighbor Max find a way to send it back into outer space, before tragedy occurs?
19 September 2004 (Germany)
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A Estrela de Laura
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Opening Weekend: $1,299,398
24 September 2004
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[sighs and presses against her bedroom window
Ugh. Mom, Dad, where's the apple tree?
Oh, Laura, sweetheart. Has your spacecraft survived the move in one piece? And your flight? Come on, tell us a bit about it.
Mm. It was all a bit much, if you don't mind me saying. During our landing, we drifted slightly off course, as you all know. Then I opened my curtains and hard a good look around, and what did I see? My lovely apple tree's not there, nor my friends. The meadow has also ...
Touch the Sky
Text and Music by Wonderwall, Sam Tyson and Dee Mullen, Hans Zimmer
, Nick Glennie-Smith
Produced by Sam Tyson and Dee Mullen for Out Now Music
Courtesy of out Now Music of EMI Music Publishing Germany
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